We are back with our new Weekly Meal Plan that has some easy to make and everyday recipes for your meal. This Weekly Meal Plan has recipes such as Garlic Dal, Chawle Ki Phali and Aloo Sabzi, Grilled Hummus Paneer Bhurji Sandwich, Indori Poha, Indian Style Masala Macaroni, Paneer In White Gravy, Green Mano Masoor Dal, Paneer And Broccoli Paratha, Aamras, Chow Chow Sambar, Rajasthani Kadhi, Aloo Sabz Dum Biryani, Onion Raita, Kanchipuram Masala Dosa, Potato And Peas Curry In Coconut Milk and much more.
For Saturday Dinner Meal, we have a mouth watering Continental meal which has some lip smacking and easy recipes such as Mushroom and Broccoli Soup, Loaded Baked Potato French Fries and Oven Baked Rice Casserole. For dessert, we have a fresh Mango Cheesecake, which tastes delicious with this meal.
Some tips you can follow for this Week's Meal Plan:
- You can make onion, ginger and garlic paste in advance, store it in fridge and use it for 3 to 4 days.
- Make your chutneys beforehand and store it in the fridge for 3 to 4 days. You can also make fresh instant pickles every week to serve with your meals.
- Eat in small portions and make sure you have different food on your plate, it helps you to maintain your weight and keeps you healthy.
Swipe through and get to see the meal plan menu for each day from monday to sunday !
Breakfast - Poha and Chai
Start your weekday with this simple North Indian Breakfast item, Poha. We have added a Indori twist in this Poha which makes it more delicious.
Lunch - Dal, Sabzi and Roti
Mangoes and Summer goes together, therefore make this delicious Raw Mango Masoor Dal along with Bharwa Karela and Jowar Atta Roti.
Breakfast - Sandwich and Coffee
If you love hummus, then this is a great way to make a recipe out of it. Just spread the hummus on your toast as a spread and add the paneer bhurji on it. Grill it and your delicious Sandwich is ready. Serve it with a cup of Coffee.
Lunch - South Indian Lunch
Comforting and satisfying, this South Indian meal of Sambar, Thoran, Rice will make you crave for more. Serve it along with Elai Vadam and Curry Leaves Buttermilk.
Breakfast - Paniyaram, Chutney and Coffee
If you have some leftover Idli Dosa Batter, then you can give this Paniyaram recipe a try. You can add vegetables of your choice in the Paniyaram to add more nutrition. Serve it along with Mysore Chutney and Filter Coffee.
Lunch - Curry, Aamras and Phulka
Aloo Gajar Matar, a simple everyday sabzi that you can make with everyday spices. You can also pack this in your Lunch Box. Super easy to make, serve it along with Aamras and Ragi Wheat Phulka.
Breakfast - Upma and Chai
If you are bored of your regular Upma, then you can flavour it up with coriander and make this Kothamalli Rava Upma. Serve it along with Coconut Chutney and Adrak Chai.
Lunch - Dal, Sabzi and Paratha
The taste of that Garlic tadka in this Dal, will make you want to make this Dal again and again. Serve it along with Chawli Ki Phali and Aloo Sabzi, Tawa Paratha and Beetroot Gajar Mooli Paratha.
Breakfast - Frittata, Toast and Coffee
Mushroom and Spinach, are two vegetables which are loaded with nutrients and this is a great way to include it in your Breakfast. Make this Frittata and serve it along with Bread Toast and Espresso Coffee.
Lunch - Gravy, Raita and Paratha
Paneer is a great source of protein and therefore it is good to include it in our everyday diet. Serve it along with Beetroot Carrot Raita and Laccha Paratha.
Breakfast - South Indian Breakfast
Saturdays calls for a delicious and mouth watering Breakfast and what can be better than a lip smacking Masala Dosa. Give it a twist and make this Kanchipuram Masala Dosa and serve it along with Green Coriander Coconut Chutney and Filter Coffee.
Lunch - Pulav, Raita and Papad
After a heavy Breakfast, all you want to make something that is tasty and nutritious. FIlled with the goodness of vegetables, you can make this Beans and Carrot Masala Pulav and serve it along with Boondi Raita and Papad. You can also add vegetables of your choice to make this Pulav.
Breakfast - Cheela, Chutney and Juice
Cheela is an everyday breakfast dish in North Indian household, and it is very easy to make too. Serve this Besan and Green Pea Cheela along with Green Chutney and Orange Juice.
Lunch - South Indian Meal
Sunday calls for a comforting and inviting South Indian meal which has Sambar, Rasam, Thoran, Pachadi, Rice, Papad and ending the meal with Payasam. This meal is easy to make and is great for summers.